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B.G. Wherley, P. Skulkaew, A. Chandra, A.D. Genovesi, and M.C. Engelke

clipping regimes Crop Sci. 2 132 135 Anderson, S.J. 2000 Taxonomy of Zoysia (poaceae): Morphological and molecular variation PhD diss., Texas A&M Univ College Station, TX Beard, J.B. 1973 Turfgrass: Science and culture Prentice-Hall Englewood Cliffs, NJ

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Kenton W. Peterson, Jack D. Fry, and Dale J. Bremer

. ASA,CSSA, SSSA, Madison, WI Dunn, J.H. Minner, D.D. Fresenburg, B.F. Bughrara, S.S. 1993 Fall fertilization of zoysiagrass Intl. Turfgrass Soc. Res. J. 7 565 571 Engelke, M.C. Anderson, S. 2003 Zoysiagrasses ( Zoysia spp.), p. 271–285. In: Casler, M

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Antonio Pompeiano, Nicola Grossi, and Marco Volterrani

( Zoysia spp.) turfs in Japan Intl. Turfgrass Soc. Res. J. 6 431 436 Karcher, D.E. Richardson, M.D. Landreth, J.W. McCalla J.H. Jr 2005 Recovery of zoysiagrasss varieties from divot injury Appl. Turfgrass Sci. doi:10.1094/ATS-2005-0117-01-RS. Lang, G

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Ken Obasa, Jack Fry, and Megan Kennelly

Zoysiagrass ( Zoysia spp.) is a warm-season (C4) turfgrass that is popular in the transition zone of the United States ( Dunn and Diesburg, 2004 ; Fry et al., 2008 ; Patton et al., 2007 ). Some desirable characteristics of zoysiagrasses include

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Lixin Xu, Mili Zhang, Xunzhong Zhang, and Lie-Bao Han

Zoysiagrass ( Zoysia spp.) is a common warm-season turfgrass well adapted in use of lawns and golf courses in many regions because of its excellent heat tolerance, density, low pesticide requirements, and minimal maintenance inputs ( Patton et al

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Bradley S. Sladek, Gerald M. Henry, and Dick L. Auld

Zoysiagrass ( Zoysia spp.) is a warm-season, perennial turfgrass native to parts of China, Japan, and Korea ( Engelke and Anderson, 2003 ). It is adapted throughout the southern region of the United States to the northern transition zone

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David O. Okeyo, Jack D. Fry, Dale J. Bremer, Ambika Chandra, A. Dennis Genovesi, and Milton C. Engelke

Turfgrass Evaluation Program, USDA-ARS Beltsville, MD Morton, S.J. Engelke, M.C. White, R.H. 1991 Performance of four warm-season turfgrass genera cultured in dense shade III. Zoysia spp TX Turfgrass Res.—1991 Consolidated Prog. Rep. PR-4894 51 52 Okeyo, D

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Bradley S. Sladek, Gerald M. Henry, and Dick L. Auld

photosynthetic capacity of turfgrasses and lead to the depletion of carbohydrate reserves ( Schmidt and Blaser, 1967 ; Winstead and Ward, 1974 ). Changes in physiological characteristics may alter zoysiagrass ( Zoysia spp.) morphology and result in reductions

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D.E. Green II, J.D. Fry, J.C. Pair, and N.A. Tisserat

Mowing heights from 1.2 to 5.1 cm, five N sources with two application rates (74 and 148 kg N/ha per year), and seven preemergence herbicides were evaluated in field studies in Manhattan and Wichita, Kan., for their effect on large patch disease, caused by Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn AG 2-2, in zoysiagrass (Zoysia spp.). Turf mowed at 1.2 and 2.5 cm was more severely blighted than turf mowed at 4.5 or 5.1 cm. At all mowing heights, turf recovered by August or September. Disease severity was not influenced by N source, N rate, or preemergence herbicides.

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Jason D. Hinton, David P. Livingston III, Grady L. Miller, Charles H. Peacock, and Tan Tuong

Japanese Lawn Grass ( Zoysia japonica Steud.) and Manilagrass [ Zoysia matrella (L.) Merr.] are high-quality warm-season turfgrasses used on golf courses, athletic fields, and lawns ( Beard, 1973 ). This is partially the result of their better